Webinar: Integrating ESG into investment strategies
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ILIM will chat through the practical considerations which occur when an investment manager looks to construct an ESG/Responsibly Invested/Article 8 strategy. This will include:
- Data (challenges and how things are changing);
- ILIM’s research insights on ESG factors over time;
- Practical insights from strategy construction around incorporating ESG – Taxonomy limitation etc.
- Second order investment impacts e.g. sector bias and aspects to be aware of when building ESG strategies
This event will be run as a live webinar using Zoom. Click here for information on using Zoom.
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Kathy Ryan is Head of Responsible Investment at Irish Life Investment Management (ILIM), and Vice Chair of CDP Ireland. At ILIM, Kathy leads on the development and implementation of the Responsible Investment strategy across asset classes. Kathy has a long-term track record in sustainable investing and has held a number of roles in asset management, development finance and the NGO sectors.
Alan Duffy is a member of the Quantitative Strategies Group at ILIM. As part of that Group, Alan is responsible for development projects involving the teams’ systematic investment strategies with a focus on High Yield Equity and Responsible Investments.
Donal Keating leads on the Defined Benefit and ALM (Asset Liability Modelling) offering within the Distribution Team at ILIM. He is a qualified actuary with over 20 years’ experience and has been working with clients on the last two years as they look to enhance their risk management frameworks and embed ESG across their investments.